Upper abdominal pain, fever, and jaundice are the classic symptoms of Charcot’s triad, which is caused by biliary obstruction.
Rapid progression to Reynold’s pentad, including Charcot’s triad plus confusion and hypotension, is possible. (Source)
How To Remember Charcot’s Triad
- Epigastric & Right Upper Quadrant pain
- Fever, usually with rigors
Mnemonic: “JEFf bezos “
Mind Map / Concept Map /Memory Aid/ Mnemonic To Remember Charcot’s Triad
Remember this for your NExT Medical Exit Test exam & USMLE, Pre-Med, NCLEX exams.